-3 C
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Thursday, November 15, 2018
Home News Page 3

News

An investigation by the Prince Albert Integrated Street Enforcement Team (ISET) has led to the arrest of two people and the seizure of a variety of drugs and other paraphernalia. ISET searched a vehicle and a house on Nov. 7,...
Officer allegedly accessed sensitive, private images from surveillance video taken in cell block An RCMP officer has been suspended with pay and is facing criminal charges after he allegedly printed out a still image of a female prisoner from surveillance...
Dale McFee--who was the chief of the Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) for eight years--is now taking on the role in Edmonton. The Edmonton Police Commission named him as the service's 23rd chief on Wednesday morning. “I have been fortunate to...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald “Let's give the thieves more to worry about than the homes have to worry about.” Commissionaire Laurent Fournier is wanting more resources to reduce break-ins after he came home to one last week. Thieves had gone in to...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald The third project to be announced as part of the partnership between the City of Prince Albert and Husky Energy is a billboard. The funding is to compensate for the 2016 oil spill in the North Saskatchewan...
Women in Leadership Luncheon tells of obstacles faced and overcome in the hope of helping up the next generation of leaders When attendees at a learning luncheon at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre Monday were asked to stand if everyone had...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald The city is getting a new spray park thanks to funding from Husky Energy. Mayor Greg Dionne made the announcement at the Ella Muzzy Paddling Pool at Kinsmen Park on Tuesday morning. The paddling pool will be removed...

From kid to kid

Grade 1 class makes Christmas Child donation Mrs. Parenteau’s Grade 1 class was full of energy and anticipation Monday when Parkland Ambulance arrived for a visit. While the students were excited to see what the inside of an ambulance looked like,...
The uranium market has improved enough for Cameco to make a profit, but not enough to re-open the McArthur River/ Key Lake mine site, the company revealed during its latest quarterly update. The company updated investors during a conference call...
The latest job numbers from Statistics Canada show more people working both in Prince Albert and in Saskatchewan as a whole. The data comes from the monthly labour force estimates, which provide a month-to-month and year-to-year snapshot o how many...

TOP STORIES